The sun delivers 103w/m2 of electromagnetic flux to the earth's surface. The total power that is incident on a roof of dimension 8m/10m will be - Physics

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The sun delivers 103w/m2 of electromagnetic flux to the earth's surface. The total power that is incident on a roof of dimension 8m/10m will be

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  • 2.56 × 104 W

  • 6.4 × 105 W

  • 4.0 × 105 W

  • 1.6 × 105 W

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Solution

1.6 × 105 W

Explanation:

Total power = salary constant × Area

103 × (8 × 20) = 1.6 × 105 W

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